CRÜE FEST '08: More Interview, Performance Footage From Kick-Off Show Available

In The Biz Magazine has posted an eight-minute report on the opening show of Crüe Fest '08, which officially launched on Tuesday (July 1) in West Palm Beach, Florida. The clip — which includes interviews with BUCKCHERRY and TRAPT along with live footage of MÖTLEY CRÜE, BUCKCHERRY, TRAPT, PAPA ROACH and CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx's side band SIXX: A.M. — can be viewed below.

A 40-plus-city North American amphitheater tour, Crüe Fest '08 is scheduled to wrap August 31 at the Post-Gazette Pavilion in Pittsburgh.

Sixx previously stated about the trek, "We are SO excited not only to headline our own annual summer festival, but also to be able to share the stage with the next generation of great rock bands. There's not a lot MÖTLEY CRÜE hasn't done so to say this summer's festival is going to be about rock 'n roll excess is an understatement. A night of hit songs by great bands and a trail of panties coast to coast ... Crüe Fest, hell yeah!"


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